The Dunraven Hotel

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  • The Dunraven - Conference Centre

The Dunraven Arms Hotel is a stylish, luxury, family-run business situated in the heart of Adare, a picturesque and world renowned village in Co. Limerick.

The hotel offers a wide variety of rooms, from Executive Suites, Junior Suites to Luxury Family Rooms. Each bedroom is individually and uniquely designed with no extravagance spared for the discerning guest.


Dunraven Arms Hotel - Maigue Restaurant

For those who are willing to relax and unwind, our Maigue Restaurant offers deliciously cooked Irish cuisine and an extensive wine list. A perfect treat after a long day of activities or after a spa treatment offered here at Dunraven Arms Hotel.


The Dunraven - Clonshire Suite in Theatre Style

The recently completed, custom built, stand alone conference centre offers a variety of rooms with a capacity for small (ten or more persons) or large (up to 200) delegates.

These rooms are filled with natural daylight and offer the latest in AV technology making them one of the finest conference venues in Limerick and County. Complimentary room hire, Wi-Fi access and ample free parking makes this conference centre an ideal and practical solution to all your conference & meeting requirements.

Located within 30mins of Shannon International Airport, 60mins from Cork International Airport, and just a two hour drive from Dublin, Adare really is very well located. Offering a rare combination of technically advanced conferencing facilities in a picturesque setting, Dunraven Arms Hotel is a preferred destination for meetings and events.

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Dunraven Arms Hotel, Adare, Co. Limerick

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